This is the closing track of disc one of Status Quo's thirteenth studio album Bula Quo
. The record's release coincided with the band's comedy action movie of the same name. It told the story of Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt's trip to Fiji and how a journey that started with guitars ends up with guns. In our interview with Rossi
, he admitted that the band didn't set out to make an album round the movie: "I went and did the movie and they said to us, 'There'll be a soundtrack.' And I immediately thought, 'Soundtrack? That's probably to do with a band.'"
He added that the soundtrack experience was very different from what they were used to: "I'd normally try and write 25, 30 tracks for an album project and use six or seven or eight, and this time I managed to get two. But whilst we were there doing the movie, ideas actually came about from the movie, because we weren't tied by the normal parameters of a rock band's album - it was a soundtrack album. So we ended up with nine or ten brand new tracks, which we didn't expect. I didn't expect it to happen like that."